building leaders for our future

dedicated senior school campus for Year 9 – 12 students

 

A dedicated campus has been designed to cater for students in their final phase of schooling. Our Senior School is located on Scots Campus, Bathurst featuring over 100 acres of picturesque rural grounds, making an ideal setting for study in a safe, secure learning environment. Our wide range of elective subject choices enables students to develop patterns of study best-suited to their interests, abilities and future needs.

Academic excellence is a positive outcome of our collaborative school community, working with and for students has led to consistent recognition as the top performing school in the Central West region of NSW, in HSC and NAPLAN results across all year groups.

student wellbeing and pastoral care

Positive Education has been introduced to help each student understand and recognise their strengths and to nurture these skills. This is a new ethos adopted by teachers, students and parents to guide a positive approach to a purposeful life. The aim is to equip students with skills to overcome setbacks, adopt a growth mindset, to be patient and persistent to achieve goals.

Strengthened by Christian values and pastoral care by experienced teachers and leaders, our students are encouraged to grow and enjoy success in many different forms. Scots All Saints College is a fabulous school where a lifelong love of learning is encouraged. It is also a school where students love to attend.

Year Co-ordinators meet daily with their students to share news, offer support and check on their wellbeing. Appropriate structures assist Year Co-ordinators to ensure the young people in our care are central to all we do as a College.

campus facilities

Our modern, well-equipped facilities support an inspired learning environment across the Senior School. Scots Campus offers a 25 metre indoor swimming pool, Performing Arts Centre, sports centre and pavilion, numerous sporting ovals, tennis courts, a newly refurbished library, dining hall with optional lunchtime meals, equestrian centre, working farm and three renovated boarding houses catering to boys and girls from Year 6 to 12.

career development

An inhouse Careers Development Officer is readily available to provide advice to students through career options, personal strengths and aptitudes, work experience, study skills and help with university applications.

academic support

Our students are supported individually based on their academic needs through learning support or extension via the Independent Learning Centre (ILC). An ‘After School Homework Centre’ is available on Monday afternoons.

diverse co-curricular programs 

Students are encouraged to experience a wide range of cultural, musical and sporting opportunities available including; performing arts, music, pipes and drums, highland dancing, debating, drama and public speaking, cattle show team, Australian Army Cadets, NSW Rural Fire Service training, Duke of Edinburgh, da Vinci Decathlon and sports.

student leadership

At Scots All Saints College we believe that authentic leadership is characterised by loyalty, service, values, the ability to motivate others, discipline and integrity. True leadership acts in a manner that is consistent with and protective of the ethos of our College. Intentional leadership opportunities, both formal and informal, provided by our College wide program build within our young people the skills, knowledge and resilience that form the foundation of positive relationships and build strong community.

Year 12 leadership positions for College Captains, Prefects, House Captains. Mentoring Team Leader roles build leadership within the equestrian and cattle show teams. A special Chapel service is held annually to officially induct student leaders to the College community.

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Ms Tracey Leaf

Head of Scots Campus and Director of Senior School

“Inspiring students to be the best version of themselves”

Stage 5 (Years 9 & 10)

curriculum

 

The College is accredited to teach NESA Developed courses. The College’s curriculum offerings at Stage 5 level include subjects that are broad in their scope and which provide a suitable foundation for Stage 6 study (Years 11 and 12).

The range of elective courses enables students to develop patterns of study that are best suited to their interests, abilities and future needs.

activities

CO-CURRICULUM

The College offers opportunities for students to be involved in a wide range of activities such as but not limited to:

Pre-Kindergarten, Senior School & Boarding

scots campus

Scots Campus, on the Sydney-side of Bathurst offers Pre-Kindergarten, a Senior School (9 - 12) and Boarding (5 - 12). The 133 acre site offers students an education of the highest order in a pleasant rural setting. The students have a wonderful environment in which to grow, learn and explore. The teachers are committed to their development and seek to give them a rich experience.
Scots Campus

facilities

  • Administration Building Karralee House
  • Aikman Hall
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tim Richards Pavillion
  • Adrian Lamrock Performing Arts Centre (PAC)
  • Hunter Sports Centre
  • Cameron Library
  • Sporting Ovals
  • Four Boarding Houses

space to learn